NAACP Events

20 Aug

Expungement and Legal Redress

  • 10:00 am
  • Zoom

Expungement and Legal Regress. Greater Sacramento NAACP. Every 3rd Saturday of every month. Register For Free. Link Below

03 Sep

Black Wealth Matters Part 2 FREE

  • 11:00 am
  • South Side Park 2115 6th Street Sacramento, CA 95818

Sacramento NAACP R&B Festival. General admission: Early Bird Special $20; After July 1st $40; R&B VIP $75. Vendors: Early Bird Non Food Vendor $75; Non Food Vendor $150; Hot Food Vendor $350; Cold Food Vendor $200. Make Checks Payable to: Sacramento NAACP. Mail Payments to: 4625 44th Street Rm 15, Sacramento, CA 95820: 11:00AM - 7:00PM

29 Apr

Black Wealth Matters Part 2 FREE

  • 05:30 pm
  • 2863 35th St, Sacramento, CA 95817

Black Business Hour. Join the Sacramento NAACP for our Black Business Happy Hour! Bring your business cards, get connected with community resources, and network!

28 Apr

Black Wealth Matters Part 2 FREE

  • 05:30 pm
  • 2863 35th St, Sacramento, CA 95817

Black wealth matters. Building generational wealth through home ownership part 2! Out FREE path to home ownership workshop. Our team will cover multiple topics and answer all your questions. Learn more about HUD-Certified housing counseling services. Limited seating available. For more information call 916-426-6366

15 Apr

Greater Sacramento NAACP Annual Prayer Breakfast

  • 07:30 am
  • Double Tree Hotel 2001 Point West Way Sacramento, CA 95815

NAACP bares the cross of those who have no Voice; Blocked by injustice. "As they were going out they met a man, they forced him to carry the cross" Matthew 27:32

17 Jan

Greater Sacramento NAACP Celebrating 105 Years of Advocacy

  • 09:00 am
  • GOLDEN 1 CENTER, 500 DAVID J STERN WALK SACRAMENTO, CA 95814

Car Caravan & Parade January 17th, 2022. Caravan begins at 9am, Pick-Up & Destination Spots: North Sacramento: Grant Union High School [decorate @ 8am]. Central Sacramento: Sacramento City College back parking lot on Sutterville [decorate @ 9:45am]. Final Pick-Up Oak Park Community Center [decorate @ 9:45am]

17 Jan

Free PFIZER VACCINE

  • 09:00 am
  • CSUS Lot 8

NAACP will be offering free PFIZER Vaccines for all individuals, ages 5-11 and 12+ at California State University Sacramento. Lot 8 from 9am to 3pm 01/17/2022

17 Jan

Free MODERNA VACCINE

  • 09:00 am
  • CSUS Lot 8

NAACP will be offering free MODERNA Vaccines for all individuals ages 18+ at California State University Sacramento. Lot 8 from 9am to 3pm 01/17/2022

17 Jan

Free johnson & johnson VACCINE

  • 09:00 am
  • CSUS Lot 8

NAACP will be offering free Johnson & Johnson Vaccines for all individuals ages 18+ at California State University Sacramento. Lot 8 from 9am to 3pm 01/17/2022

27 Dec

Greater Sacramento NAACP Celebrating 105 Years of Advocacy

  • 12:00 pm
  • GOLDEN 1 CENTER, 500 DAVID J STERN WALK SACRAMENTO, CA 95814

The Greater Sacramento NAACP will be celebrating our 105 Years in the heart of downtown Sacramento Golden One Center For additional information or questions please contact the Sacramento NAACP Secretary at: Sacnaacpsecretary1@gmail.com or Contact Us at (530) 403-9718. Checks Payable to: Sacramento NAACP Mail to: Greater Sacramento NAACP Branch; 4625 44th Street, Rm 15, Sacramento, CA 95820 There are no refunds for this event. Proof of COVID 19 vaccination or negative test within 72 hours of event and mask required.

27 Dec

Greater Sacramento NAACP Celebrating 105 Years of Advocacy

  • 12:00 pm
  • GOLDEN 1 CENTER, 500 DAVID J STERN WALK SACRAMENTO, CA 95814

The Greater Sacramento NAACP will be celebrating our 105 Years in the heart of downtown Sacramento Golden One Center For additional information or questions please contact the Sacramento NAACP Secretary at: Sacnaacpsecretary1@gmail.com or Contact Us at (530) 403-9718. Checks Payable to: Sacramento NAACP Mail to: Greater Sacramento NAACP Branch; 4625 44th Street, Rm 15, Sacramento, CA 95820 There are no refunds for this event. Proof of COVID 19 vaccination or negative test within 72 hours of event and mask required.

09 Oct

Money for Your Business

  • 10:00 am
  • ZOOM

Do you need money to grow your business or start a new one? Learn how to respond to RFPs (Request for proposal). Our local government has money for your business. Get insider information on how to increase your chances or winning a bid! Guest speakers: Belinda VanZant-Perez, Salena Pryor, Regina Wilson. Don't miss this 3-part series, during our next 3 Town Hall meetings: Saturday Oct 9, Nov 13, Dec 11. Click the zoom link or call 1-669-900-9128 and enter the - Meeting ID: 978 640 2711#

04 Sep

Sacramento NAACP R&B Festival in Old Sacramento

  • 11:00 am
  • 1002 2nd Street Sacramento, CA 95814

Pre-Sold General Seating Tickets - $20 · Day of Event General Seating Tickets - $30 · VIP Tickets - $50 · Family Pack Tickets (include family of 5) $85 · Early Bird Non-Food Vendors - $100 - Salena contact person: Text @ 916-631-1028 · Regular Non-Food Vendors - $150 -Salena contact: Text @ 916-631-1028 · Cold Food Vendors - $150 - Crystal AKA: Spooner, contact person 916-308-4601 · Hot Food Vendors - $300 - Crystal AKA: Spooner, contact person 916-308-4601 · Community Vendor - $500 - Salena contact: Text @ 916-631-1028 All Sponsorships/Logos for Program E-Book: Lorraine Moore contact person: text 530-403-9718 · Business Card Ad - $25 · ¼ Page Ad - $150 · ½ Page Ad - $250 · Full Page Ad -$500

11 May

Free covid-19 vaccinations for South Sacramento

  • 10:00 am
  • Location Given AFTER Registration

May 11, 14, and 15 - This COVID Vaccine clinic is being offered in partnership with Councilwoman Mai Vang. People currently eligible to receive the COVID vaccine fall in Sacramento County. - People 65 years of age and older - Health care workers - People living in skilled nursing facilities - Essential workers - Law enforcement - Child care workers - Education - Food and Agriculture - Incarcerated - Homeless (Ages 18 - 64) with health conditions or people at high risk due to developmental or other severe high-risk disability.

02 Apr

NAACP Virtual Prayer Breakfast

  • 09:00 am
  • Zoom

“NAACP Uses Sound Mind and Power to Demand Justice” Scripture: 2 Timothy 1:7 For God Hath Not Given Us The Spirit of Fear, but of Power, and of Love, and of a Sound Mind. For additional information or questions please contact the Sacramento NAACP Secretary at: Sacnaacpsecretary1@gmail.com or Contact Us at (916) 856-0155. If paying by Check, Please Mail to: 3555 3rd Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95817 There are no refunds for this event.

12 Mar

Free covid-19 vaccinations for South Sacramento

  • 08:00 am
  • Location Given AFTER Registration

March 12 - This COVID Vaccine clinic is being offered in partnership with Councilwoman Mai Vang. People currently eligible to receive the COVID vaccine fall in Sacramento County Phase 1a-b tiers. - People 65 years of age and older - Health care workers - People living in skilled nursing facilities - Essential workers - Law enforcement - Child care workers - Education - Food and Agriculture - Incarcerated - Homeless

10 Mar

community care or another jail?

  • 03:00 pm
  • Zoom

Wednesday March 10th at 3pm Sacramento County Board of Supervisors decide on a $10 million design/build contract for a $200 Million Jail Expansion: A mental health jail "annex" that they are calling a "Correctional Health and Mental Health Services Facility" WE NEED ALL HANDS ON DECK TO STOP THIS FROM MOVING FORWARD This is a pivotal moment. What future do we want to build for the next generation? Here's what you can do to support: 1. Call-in to the Meeting on Wednesday to give a 2 minute public comment. 2. Email the Board of Supervisors by Wednesday in opposition to the project. 3. Spread the word to your community!! Mobilize folks to call-in Wednesday!

27 Feb

Credit Boot Camp

  • 09:30 am
  • Zoom

We will share information on how to fix your credit & boost your credit score in 30 days or less. How to read a credit report, obtain a free credit report, legally remove derogatory accounts such as charge offs, late payments, bankruptcies & more! We will also feature information regarding student loans!

27 Feb

Sacramento Activist Organization Summit

  • 11:00 am
  • Zoom

Now more than ever, it is important for all activist organizations and nonprofits to be united in the fight against injustice so we can amplify our efforts. We feel the best way to align our advocacy efforts and community projects is by hosting a summit to discuss our collective goals for 2021. The Sacramento Activist Organization. All organizations will have the opportunity to: 1) be introduced at the beginning of the event, 2) collaborate with each other in breakout rooms based on their organization type, and 3) establish collective action items during our large group resolution session. E-mail: sacnaacpyouthcouncil@gmail.com, https://zoom.us/j/95414329344?pwd=emxQZXJCdnU2QmNoY1dUYTZwQjJnZz09

The NAACP is a c4 organization (contributions are not tax-deductible), and we have a partner c3 organization known as NAACP Empowerment Programs (contributions are fully tax-deductible as allowed by the IRS).

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